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CONWY


The Tailwind operated Conwy field is located in the East Irish Sea and exports reservoir fluids via a subsea pipeline to Douglas. Conwy was discovered in 2009 and was developed via a Not Permanently Attended Installation (‘NPAI’) with three platform production wells, a water injection well and one condensate injection well.

CONWY overview


The Conwy Field is located within Block 110/12a in the East Irish Sea, approximately 33km North of Llandudno, North Wales. Conwy is a 12km tie-back to the ENI-operated Douglas Field installation in adjacent block 110/13b. On the 8th of November 2018 Tailwind completed the acquisition of EOG's UK business which included a 100% operated interest in the Conwy Field.
The Conwy Field was discovered in June 2009 and was developed using a NPAI with three platform production wells, one water injection well and one condensate injection well. The Conwy pipeline transports the oil and gas to the ENI operated Douglas platform for processing and export. Production from the field commenced in March 2016. The condensate injector has recently been converted to a second water injector (the CCI project) arresting the production decline and improving the reliability of the ESP wells.

ASSET LIFECYCLE


DISCOVERY
Decommissioning

KEY FACTS


Tailwind equity100%

Host facility Conwy NPAI platform
to Douglas
OperatorTailwind

Hydrocarbon phase Oil

projects
CCI Project (Conversion of Condensate Injector well to Water injector)